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trouble in this bad economy are borrowing from their 401(k)s... >> the number of workers borrowing from their accounts has reached a ten-year high... >> a record number of workers now raiding their 401(k)s... >> martin smith: let's begin with one simple fact: america is facing a retirement crisis, and the statistics are grim. half of all americans say they can't afford to save for retirement. one third have next to no retirement savings at all. >> i just don't know if i'll be able to save that much. god willing, social security will still be there. for someone like me, it'll probably be enough to keep me out of poverty. >> the retirement fund gets sliced and diced and divvied up for wall street to play with... >> i'm just going to have to somehow find a way to save 10% of my salary or 15% of my salary, which is probably what i need to actually be saving to have any shot of retiring, you know, not on food stamps. yeah, i don't know. hope to be able to retire. >> recently i've started to look into how to make more money, how to increase my income while still teaching. it's tough to really
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